Field hockey, the Rules of field hockey in the Tokyo Olympic Games which started four years ago and has just concluded. The team plays against the other teams in an allotted number of minutes. During the game, the time is stopped when there is a penalty. A foul will be a two-minute minor penalty or major misconduct (felony, suspension, fine) after five minutes of play.
The object of the game is for players to score goals by touching cards played on the playing surface with their hands. Touching a card played on the ice means the player will be guilty of misconduct. Failing to properly touch a card played on the ice will result in misconduct for both players.
One interesting rule of the hockey card game is that if a player commits misconduct, he must leave the game and his teammates must do the same. There are a variety of different penalty rules applicable to this situation. For instance, a player may be asked to leave the game if he is found guilty of a severe penalty foul that results in in-game misconduct. The entire team will then have to leave together or else another team member may be asked to replace them.
Hockey Card Game
There are a couple of interesting variations to the field hockey card game that make it a fun and exciting game. The first is that each player is allowed to “tap in” a point as they arrive on the playing surface. If they touch a card which is then subsequently marked, they have to immediately “tap out” and return to their zone. This makes the game much more active.
Another interesting feature of the pass-time hockey card game is that players can “buy out” a point they have already secured if they so desire. This allows each team a bit more power on the ice and gives each player a bit more incentive to work hard on the field. In a game where time is often an issue, having the ability to buy out a point is a nice benefit. Players also have the option to “buy-in” a goal if they have already secured one. As with the “tap in” rule, once a player has already secured a goal, he and his teammates have to exit the game.
A Much Ado
Another way the rules of the game can be altered is by the way the game is played. For example, in two penalty kill games, each team is allowed to take turns with three players on each team. With three players on each team, it becomes easier to defend against attacks because you can rotate players easily. However, with four players on each team, it becomes harder to defend against attacks because the attacking team is permitted to take turns with three players.
These are only a few ways a hockey card game can be altered. There are many more. Since hockey is played internationally, there are teams that travel from country to country. Since so many different teams and players are used in such a short period of time, the sport can easily be affected by factors outside of the ice.
A great way to keep playing changing and allow for variety is to play a breakaway variation. A breakaway variation is a variant where one team is given 20 minutes at each end of the three periods of play. If that team scores more goals in the first three periods that team gets to play in the four-minute overtime. This change keeps the game dynamic but also makes it more interesting because it’s not always fast action all the way through the game.